Farmstead, close to Lake Barkley and Land Between the Lakes national recreation area.
1/3 mile gravel drive; low hanging trees at times. Other sites on farm may also be available but they would not be pull-throughs.
next to rig, or on one of the driveways
Send us a message to see if we have a spot available to fit your time frame. We will try to honor requests made more than 1 month in advance..
Small pets are okay as long as they are under owner's control.
Cadiz has nice antique stores, and from April-October there is a farmers market
Check out lbl.org for many attractions available at nearby Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area.
Country Ham Festival 2nd weekend of October.
We were looking forward to this spot due to growing up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, brought back memories. We were greeted with warm southern hospitality and some fresh vegetables from their garden. The parking area was great, next to a field with a pond and some cows. We were able to sit and chat just awhile before heading off but would love to come back and stay longer.
Wonderful western Kentucky hosts. Bill @ Carole are just the nicest folk. Lovely farm surrounded by luscious corn fields. Great place to park - on a graveled spot in the shaded trees with a great view of the farm and pond. We all went through the Amish community and farmers market. We are wanting to stay here again on our trip back home.
Mr. & Mrs. Schafer were excellent hosts! We were greeted when we arrived and showed where we would be able to park. Mrs. Schafer gave us directions to the grocery store and to LBL (land between the lakes). We stayed two nights, so I was about to go mountain biking at LBL and the rest of the time we relaxed on the beautiful farm!
We arrived at Schafer Acres we were greeted by Mrs. Schafer and were offered a couple of places to park. When we parked, out of our living room windows was a lovely pond and pastures. We got all settled in and Mr. Schafer came home from work and we all sat on their incredible porch and had beverages and conversation. It couldn’t have been more inviting or warm and recieving. We can’t say enough about what nice folks the Schafers are and how we wish to return as soon as possible.
We arrived after dark on a cold night and they both came out to offer us an electric hookup. Spent some time talking to them and found we had much in common and LOVE Alaska! Left early the next morning and we were so grateful for their hospitality! They also gave us a bowl made out of sliced walnuts that was so cool - will definitely be a conversation piece! Will definitely ask to stay again if we’re in the area!
We found these folks to be special hosts. We visited upon our arrival and again the next day. Almost feel as if they are family. We found their place to be a great spot to stay and know that our paths will cross again in the future. We thank them for an awesome visit.
We are very grateful for our host Carol and hubby as it was pouring rain and cold when we arrived. Although we were prepared to boondock, they offered us electric hook up which we happily accepted. It was so quiet there we slept like babies. We enjoyed a nice visit with them which is what we love so much about BW and were invited to return. Woke up to meet sun and a new baby dog that had just arrived. Thank you for hosting us.
CJNKY was just GREAT! We had the opportunity to see the eclipse with these folks and really enjoyed our time with them. Wish we could have spent more time. We do plan to come back around LBL and will then be able to stop again. They were very accommodating and gracious and we certainly recommend you consider stopping when in western Kentucky.
These are very gracious hosts. We spent one night with them on our trip north. The farm is beautiful and we had a perfect level spot for the RV.
This was my first boondocking experience; I hope all the others will be this nice. This couple was very welcoming and the farm was beautiful. I spent a very quiet night there. I would like very much to stay there again.
Many thanks to these friendly folks who welcomed us on short notice. Nice, quiet farm setting. Just stayed overnight and on our way the next morning. Would have enjoyed staying longer.
Delightful people, idylic setting at a farm overlooking a small pond, stayed one night but would have loved to have stayed more.
We had a great stay. We were invited in evening and morning for some engaging conversation and also enjoyed some delicious homemade soup! A very friendly and generous couple. I wouldn't hesitate to stop by next time we're passing through.
We enjoyed a 2 night visit with these folks. She showed us their local Amish community and we enjoyed great conversation and soft drinks on their large back porch overlooking the rolling hills of their property. Would visit again anytime!